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    Watch: Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade Perform "Unanimity," from "Still Dreaming," Live in Marciac
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    Saxophonist and composer Joshua Redman is joined by drummer Brian Blade, bassist Scott Colley, and trumpeter Ron Miles for Still Dreaming, an album due on Nonesuch Records on May 25, 2018. They performed songs from the album at last year's Jazz in Marciac festival, including "Unanimity." Their performance of that song at Marciac can now be seen below. And the album track may be downloaded instantly with pre-orders of Still Dreaming in the Nonesuch Store; it can also be heard on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.

    Still Dreaming was inspired by the band Old and New Dreams, of which Joshua Redman's father Dewey Redman was an integral part. Old and New Dreams had an all-star lineup of Ornette Coleman collaborators: Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell. The new album features six new compositions by the new band plus one tune by Haden, one by Coleman.

    For tickets to see Redman perform live, including previously announced performances by the Still Dreaming band in Cleveland, Minneapolis, Iowa City, and Toronto, with more to come, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Watch: Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade Perform "Unanimity," from "Still Dreaming," Live in Marciac

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Saxophonist/composer Joshua Redman, drummer Brian Blade, bassist Scott Colley, and trumpeter Ron Miles performed songs from their forthcoming album, Still Dreaming, at last year's Jazz in Marciac festival. You can watch a performance of "Unanimity" at Marciac here. Download the album track now when you pre-order Still Dreaming. The project was inspired by the band Old and New Dreams, of which Joshua Redman's father Dewey Redman was an integral part.

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Saxophonist and composer Joshua Redman is joined by drummer Brian Blade, bassist Scott Colley, and trumpeter Ron Miles for Still Dreaming, an album due on Nonesuch Records on May 25, 2018. They performed songs from the album at last year's Jazz in Marciac festival, including "Unanimity." Their performance of that song at Marciac can now be seen below. And the album track may be downloaded instantly with pre-orders of Still Dreaming in the Nonesuch Store; it can also be heard on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.

Still Dreaming was inspired by the band Old and New Dreams, of which Joshua Redman's father Dewey Redman was an integral part. Old and New Dreams had an all-star lineup of Ornette Coleman collaborators: Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell. The new album features six new compositions by the new band plus one tune by Haden, one by Coleman.

For tickets to see Redman perform live, including previously announced performances by the Still Dreaming band in Cleveland, Minneapolis, Iowa City, and Toronto, with more to come, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Still Dreaming: Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade - "Unanimity," Live in Marciac 2017

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